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Stop Writing Code You Can’t Yet Test

by Dennis Stevens, 4 September 2013 | The Agile Blogosphere

Most of the organizations we engage with have more work to do than they can possibly get done. So, developers are writing code as fast as they can to get done trying to maximize their capacity. Typically, we see developers running way ahead of testing. Often, testing is still working on the prior release while development is running off on the next release – and testing just can’t ever catch up....
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Agile vs. Waterfall

Agile versus Waterfall These words have become completely overloaded when discussing product development. Lots of conversations about helping organizations improve their product development...
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Getting Testing Involved

Testing anti-pattern There is a common anti-pattern I consistently run into involving testing. In this anti-pattern testing is about finding technical defects near the end of a project....
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